Auction ID: 536229 1 oz $500 Banknote Copper Bar +10 Bids

The 1 oz $500 Banknote Copper Bar is composed of 1 AVDP oz of pure .999 fine copper and is now available in brand new condition. PLUS, 10 Bids! Load up on bids and get in the game.

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1 oz $500 Banknote Copper Bar

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The 1 oz $500 Banknote Copper Bar is composed of 1 AVDP oz of pure .999 fine copper. (New) The bar displays some distinctive features on the front and back. The details are easily visible, and the raised wording makes the inscriptions clear for viewing or reading. .

The 1 oz. Banknote Copper Bar honors the 25th President of the United States of America. The bar’s recent design centers on the original design of the 1934 McKinley official Federal Reserve banknote. The edges of the bar are smooth and raised to a 3D trim, that encases the bar like that of a picture frame. Though this bar features the same design after the $500 McKinney Banknote, they are not considered legal tender.

We only acquire our products from trusted distributors or straight from the mint, so customers can rest assured of each products authenticity and described condition. 

 
 
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